Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Of Turkey and Eid Adha...



Folks for wanting to have something different on that auspicious day the Eid Adha that falls last Monday December 8, 2008, the kids and grand kids decide to prepare a totally different menu for the family. So with their ingenuity they come up with that wonderful spread that you see in the images about. It was indeed a great meal and we all did enjoy it. Have a nice day.

21 comments:

mutalib saifuddin said...

You had TURKEY for raya haji, pak? How wonderful! Did you like, slaughter it on your own, or bought it? Yummy!

Pak Idrus said...

mutalib thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts on this subject.

Have a nice day.

JALAN REBUNG said...
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JALAN REBUNG said...

salam pak idrus ,

what an innovative fusion ....probably will do the same during next hari raya. Maybe tosai and durian .

rizal

Pak Idrus said...

JALAN REBUNG, Rizal thanks for the visit. You send twice the same comment and I have deleted one.

As for the subject of this posting indeed a creative works of our kids and grand kids. I am just enjoying the fruits of their labor.

Have a nice day.

Zawi said...

Pak idrus,
If only I was in KL during Eidul Adha and not in Kundasang I would have dropped over for those glorious food.
The investment in a new Nikon is giving you great dividend in the form of great pictures. I like the evening sun from your condo in Malacca.

Pak Idrus said...

Zawi, thanks for the visit and the good words on my kind of photography. Well, I am still learning the trick of getting a good shot.

As for that special treats you are most welcome anytime whenever you are in KL.

Have a nice day.

Sheela Jayaraj said...

Hello Pak Idrus!

I'm salivating seeing those scrumptious food! Cld u indentify them esp the one which looks like a pie & the cheese baked dish? Better still, wld luv to get some of the recepies.

Pak Idrus said...

Sheela Jayaraj, thanks for the visit and the good words on the spread in the image. I have to consult the expert who did that before I could answer in full. So you have to wait and I shall get to you later.

I am indeed glad that such image do create interest and with that show that blogging do enriched our lives.

In the mean time do have a nice day.

Salt N Turmeric said...

I think among others those are turkey, cranberry sauce and pecan pie, right?

changgeh said...

Pak Idrus

It seem that you're having a good time with your nikon. ...they say alah membeli menang memakai. The images are reaaly beautiful.
Have a nice day.

Pak Idrus said...

Salt N Turmeric, Farina thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts in this posting.

Yes, you are right on the dot. My youngest daughter who study in the US for more then ten years, the head chef that day. Like you been somewhat cultured by the American cuisine decide on the combination. The grandkids love to join in and in the end the result was foods full of love.

Have a nice day.

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

pak idrus,

that below pic, is that lasagna?

Pak Idrus said...

changgeh, Alias thanks for the visit and the kind words on my kind of photography. Well with that new toy the D60 I am learning all the time of take good images and enjoying it every minutes.

I am indeed glad that you enjoy the images, that my friend made my day. That Malay philosophical words do show the wisdom and it is a great toy to play around at this age.

BTW you seem to have block access to you Blog!!!, any reason for that.

Have a nice day.

Pak Idrus said...

Kerp (Ph.D], thanks for your visit and yes it is indeed the lasagna. You do have great eyes on food.

Have a nice day.

cakapaje said...

Salam Pak Idrus,

Oooh...turkey! I do so lover turkey! Never that the taste is actually bland, but its one of the healthiest food around.

Oh, btw, I also do lover Turkish, especially those with long, flowing hair :)

Pak Idrus said...

cakapaje, Shah thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts on Turkey.
Turkey the bird is a really good food for a change. But I am not sure of the other Turkey especially that of the long flowing hair.

Anyhow I love bird of whatever species that pop up in our minds. At this age I think I can honestly say that varieties is indeed the spice of life. It does add color to one life.



Have a nice day and take care.

Ms B said...

Pak Idrus,

Unfortunately, I didnt manage to celebrate on that day. left work quite late. It is tiring time for most of us ie restructuring. even for the ones who are still around, the atmosphere is solemn.

I shall try roast turkey for Christmas. Yours looks really delicious.

have a nice day Pak!

Georgia said...

Is the cheesy dish a lasagna?

Pak Idrus said...

Ms B, thanks for the visit and sharing your thoughts on the subject of this posting.

It just happen that it is Eid Adha and the family decide to prepare something different, thus the Turkey.

Well we do have to take time off for ourselves and anytime would be OK I guessed. Get your little kids to be involved in the preparation and it would surely be fun.

Have a nice day.

Pak Idrus said...

Georgia, thanks for the visit. Yes, it is indeed lasagna. Everyone favorites western food.

Have a nice day.